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Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
Railway Faros. let Ctake. ý'nd Clams. "'1F9UI· - Sin. Ret Sin.l Pet.' S.Ie5.D.S. D. S. D. Yea t0 Homewood ... I 01I 00 1' 0, Kerriddrd .: 2 0~3 0;1 2'`0 ',:Talhmrook.. 4 06 0s Sk 0. Seymour 107 3` 5 0 * Melbouriie '13 'S S 0'9 013 6 Yea to Chiriot 0 S · 0 5 80' Moleswerth 110: 1 3 20. Alexandrat'eI. 3:O I2e 0 3'0r· Yeato Cathkin 2 413-1 7 2 0 Yarek x014 .3'1 II 3 0 Merta .. 4101 33 3 3 0 ŽIaindainlIle... 7 3:11 0'4 ~ . 1axietIcl 913 335 0 .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
-~tormn0 AdvrtisemantaL Business and Professional Directory. CAhF AND RESTAUIALTS. COFFEE PALACE. smith-strnet, Fitzroy. Unsurpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trans from station pan? door. Special attention Country Viitors. Erery in formation supplied. Iaths, Billiards, Smoking and CLeding Rooms. Terms exceedingly Moderate. Ws,. SnELaEY, Manager. :CHAFF. AND GAIN MERCIANTrS, AND ConissIos AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO.. 56 Spencer areet Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances nmade onall kinds of farmproduc DAIRYA.LND FAR. PRODUCE EI:CIIANTS, AND DAIRY COMIIssION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4·3n Flinders! Lane. Trialnolicited. Bestpriceobtained for all dairy plduce. WOOD & CO., 3? Kin -street. Etabli-hed 1870. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAw ARIKE4, .s N IMPOI:TERS BLAKELEY, W. IL, 113 Lonsdale.street. Sole Agent for iI. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send yur old circularsaws t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
BOYAL LIQUTEU WEISET. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. Amneoments. YEA SHIRE HALL. TUESDAY, MARCH 15. TEE ABST NICIELLS SYRLE3S1Q COMPANT, The MIost Powerful Organisation that Ever Toured Victoria, consisting of 12 First-class Artists, headed by Miss ELS.t GOULDING (the Australian Nightingale), assisted by HAarrv SeULIVAX (Ireland's leading Come dian-late of John F. Sheridan's "Fun on the Bristol" Company): PROFESSOR NEw. coMBE (Illusionist, from the Egyptian Hall, London); BABY NICHOLLS, and other Great Celebrities. General Admission--ONE SHILLING I Front Seats, 2s. NOTICE. A GRAND PLAIN & FANCY DRESS BALL V ILL BE HELD IN THie SHIRE HALL ON St. Patrick's Night (March 17). Proelodz is ,Aid of R... Presbytery. J. A. M'CORMICK, Ho'. Sec. Governmaot Advertislmoats. ENGINE-DRIVERS' CERTIFICATES. NTOTICE.-Applications (to be aceom * panied by a fee of 10s.) to be Examined in MJIelbourne for Certificates as Enine. drivers under the Mines Act, 1S90. and the Factories atui ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
TEA SIREZ QOUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCu 5. n THE usual monthly meeting was held on Saturday. Present: Crs. Scale o (President), M'Cormick, Ferguson, o Webster, Condon, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. Quinlan, resigning his position as Local Auditor.-Received; the filling up of the vacancy to be held over. From M. M'Asey, asking for a re turn of 14s. over-paid on forfeited deposit on Azwarby-road contract. On the motion of Cr. M'Cormick, seconded by Cr. Webster, it was agreed to pay the 14s., as it was over-paid. Cr. Carver thoaght he was entitled to more. From A. M'Intosh, calling attention to the bad state of the road leading through Saw-pit Gully. It was quite t impossible to pass along it with a vehicle since Mr. Slavin had fenced a the old road off.-Engineer to report. From Public Works Department, e returning plans of works at O'Connor's Flit road, but stating that they must r be submitted for the final examination of the Inspecting Engineer. t From the Survey...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
MiR. J. O'NAIL GEOGHEGAN SOLICITOR, c., M A N-SFIE L D. 'TCTIIILL, (2 IIF.GAX, An PL'ERRY, -iSoi¶tTuES, ErLndfrse." - P. GEOGHEGAN attends Yea Court'o S and maly be Consoltld at CONLAN'S GALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. LoD. AcGENT 3MR. S DESSOUR. DUFFY and WILKINSON. TOHN GAVAN DUFFY, the surviving 9J partner of the abave-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWAII) KIN(;, who has been carring on the businese of the idd firm at ermnuar and Kir.ore fcr some time past, having catcred into Partnership, they will carry on t'e buiueiýs at &ynyour and Kilmore, under the style or firm of ..tsv. Dorry and Kisc. OmT-rcrs: TALLAROOK-STREET, SEYMOUR, AsD SYDNEY-srTEET, KII.MORE. Jin. KING Coe?MrIsoNER Fro TAKING Aroavinrs. CAVANr DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, dc., SEYMOUR AND KILMORE. "Is. KiLN ATTENDS AT KILSSont crsTR . TucssoDY. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXANDR A, ~T~ENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MA1'' BE CONSULTED - AT Alhdernot's Commercial Hoteli os Tuesday in Each Week; Hoursi 0 a.m. to ...
THE THURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. THE LEAGUE PROTESTS AGAINST THE OPENING OF THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
TSE THI3RSDAT BALE-IIOLD]T. 4- THE LEAGUE PROTESTS AGAINIST THE OPENING OF THE BANK. THE Yea Half holiday League, being afraid that the opning of the Commercial Bank on Thursday afternoons might interfere with the privileges which they have so long enjoyed, chld a meeting at the Shire Hall on Thursday night, and invited Mr. WV. Wilson, the local Manager of the Bank, to be present. Considering that there was only an hour's notice, there was a very fair at tendance, but the only storekeeper present was Mr. Petch, who exprec-ed regret that the others did not see their way to come. "Mr. Dessour, who was voted to tile chair, asked Mr. C. S. M'Kay, Heon. Secretary to the Half-holiday League, if he thought tile fact of the lank opening on Thursday afternoon would be likely to interfere with the half holiday, to which the latter replied, " We are afraid it woudhL" The Chairman then suggested to Mr. Wilson that he might see his way to revert back to the old state of things. MIr. Wilson repli...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
WITH WHICH IS I'COlPORATED TIIURSDAY, JMARCII 10, IS93. NEWS ND NOTES. Ti ERE will be a Local Land Board at the Yea Court-house at noon to-morrow, and a Crown lands sale of town sections and some land at Woodburn at 2 p.m. Owi?s to the action of the Associated Banks, the Mercantile Bank, which held about £1,000,000 of English deposits, has had to succumb. Sir Graham Borry was on the London Directory. THE youthful criminals, Harrison and Eyton, who stuck-up the Kobyboyn Hotel last week, were brought uD at the Seymour Police Court on Tuesday, and committed for trial at Melbourne Criminal Sessions, to be hold on Tuesday next. THE land-boomers still continue to "seek the seclusion" of the Bl.C. The latest victim is Mr. E. H. P. Baylee, the well-known Collins-street auctioneer, and at one time the popular captain of the Ballarat City Rowing Club. Liabilities, £4S,000; assets, £30,413. THE police paddock was set on fire by some individual on Tuesday, and Mr. George Forbes lost his fence t...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
PRvisod Railway at:s. NEW irates for meredlhdise, wool, prodoce; live stock, ke., are published nas a spplea ment to the Gorcnlhent G'a:dte of the 27th August. The rates per faie sor iwool, not exceeding 4cwt., is o2. up to 45 miles. Froma 45 . ,p t., 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every' 5 ifiles o" part of 3 miles; and from O0 up to 100 niles, 3d. per lhale for 5 mile-, or part of 5 soileds the latter rates to be cumulative on the fortner charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9,1. per. truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be aldded from 101 up to 150 mile-. If over 150 miles. 7,d. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. The minimum charge in 20s., witih a terminal - - charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. Htorse to be eonveedl at th.' folloking rates:--lare, gelding, tilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6O1. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile: two entirces, 2 ears and over, be!enging to different ou ners, if carried in in...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
31ELBOU?SE CATTLE MARKET. TuESDAy, Srrr MARCH. FAT sIIEuE.-- 6,O00 yarded. Owing to hot weather and the trade having supplies on hand, the tone of the market was generally dull and depressed. For a few choice prime lots of merino wethers late rates were with difficulty maintained, but in most instances prices ruled about 6d per head under last week's quotations:--l'rime crosbred wethers, from 10s 6d to lls 6d; a few extra do. do., '12 to 15s; prime crossbred ewes, 8s 6d to gs 64; a few extra do. do., to 10s; prime merino wethers, Ss 6d to 10s; extra prime and heavy do. do., ils 6d to1lls; geod merino wethers, 7s to Ss; middling and in ferior, from 5s; prime merino ewes, 5s to 6s: others from 3s. FAT LAums.-6,500 were penned; a fair proportion consisted of good to prime quali ties. The demand was inactive throughout, and in the case of middling and inferior sorts low prices had to be submitted to. Prime sold at from 7s Gd to 9s; a few extra from 9s 6d to 10s 6d; good sold at from 5s ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
COMMEBAOLL. 'MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. !(tBnos o owm coRRESPONDENT.) ME[LBOURnE, LAST sIGHIT. Messrs. . Ml'ILwniCK and Co. report : CHEESL--Market still very dull, no al teration in prices. BTrrzn.-Potted: O?-ing to the exces sively hot weather, nearly all lots are in very bad condition, and prices irregular; best prime new, anything like fair con dition finds a ready sale. Fresh : Short supply; in very bad condition, and prices are irregular. Enc?s.-s 3d to Is 3Il per dozen. Btacos.--Prime light. 7d to T.d; heavy, 6d to 6fd per lb. Porzsr.--.larket slack; turkeys, 3s Pd to lls, according to scx and size: geese, Is 9d to ds tl; ducks, 2s 9d to 3s Gd; fowls, 2s to 3s 9d. HoSEv.-Prime garden, 3}d to 3.d. Bees wax, 10.d per lb. for good.
THE HOTTEST-DAY FOR OVER 30 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
THE HOTTEST DAY FOR OVER 30 YEARS. As regards climatic conditions, Tuesday was more like a blast furnace on a phenomenal scale than anything else. From early morn the fiery sun beat down red and pitiless from a sky of brass, and the streets became cast iron, and the air a stiff suffocating curtain, and the wearing of flesh a weariness. Through the morning the choking waves of heat swept the city, and still the mercury crept upwards. At 3 o'clock the heat recorded 104deg. in the shade. At this time it was 153 outside, and people who had business to do scarcely cared to keep up the pretence of doing it; whilst those who had none decided to go out of town, and then decided that the exertion of getting out would be too much. When the wind changed at 4.30 p.m. and the zephyrs of a cool southerly breeze swept Melbourne the change was hailed with general delight, and at 6 o'clock the scorching tribulations of the day had been forgotten in the pleasure of the relief. Such heat has not been ...
NEW BANK PREMISES. A FAVORABLE REPLY TO THE PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
NEW BAWr nREWMSES. A FAVORABLE REPLY TO THE PETITION. AT the Council meeting, on Saturday, the following letter from Mr. Henry Giles Turner, General Manager of the Commercial Bank, was read: "I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter containing a requisition for the establishment of more suitable banking premises by this institution in your township. The subject was brought before my Board at their meeting yesterday (Sth Februrary). They are desirous of affording the residents of your district every reasonable banking facility commensurate with the extent of the business done, and after receiving the agent's report at the end of the month (February), I purpose visiting the place, and deciding upon the spot what can be done in the matter of premises." Cr. Condon said that, whilst on the sub ject of banking business, he would like to know what had been done with reference to the interest charged on overdrafts. In Seymour only 7 per cent. was charged. The President said he had wa...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Goods atA Parcols at tho TYoa Eail way Sation. GOODS. Walton, M'Leish, Waddell, Castle, Oliver, M'Kenzie, Hood, Tull. PARCELS. Winm. Murphy, W. Barkly, S. Moore, Lan?, A. B. Smith, Antony, Tull, Mullins, Lingford, Callan, M'Cluskey, Warden's Clerk, Cluskey, Egan, Barnes, Martin, M'Leish, Thomas.
GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
QOTREtWENT IaWD SALE. A SALE Of town sections in Yea waS con ducted at the Court-house on Friday by Mr. J. Hardy, District Land Officer. Fifteen sections fronting the Parade, Melbourne road, Oliver-street, and Snodgrass-street,. which had been advertised, and on which improvements had been made-some of a very substantial character, ouch as Mr. Charles Anderson's new villa residence were withdrawn, presumably with the in tention of placing a valuation on them; and the four sections near the Temperance Hall, which the Council lately asked from the Lands Department for a new Shire Hall, were withdrawn a week previous to the sale. There was not much competition for the various sections, the greater number of which sold at upset prices, but in the present and prospective state of land values the upsets were quite high enough. Two ladies who sat next each other, and' competed for the same sections, enlivened the proceedings a little, and made the genial face of our old and esteemed friend...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
The ?e? Bub-Tra?sy. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. S. Desaour Joe. M'Cormick LEASZS FOR DELIVERY. S. L. Robins J. Sorraghan W. Hicks T. M'Fadden J. T. Gill J. Williamson M. J. Gill M. A.M'Cormick M. J. Berry H. Aldons E. Hepburn CROWN' OGRAFTS 73 eLIVERY. D. Bruce J. Ri~att LEASme FOR E?ECUTION. M. Coonan J. Rice S. A. Ingham W. ER Gill J. Higgins J. WJliamson M. Bolger M. Jeffery N. D. Ferguson K. ichell C. A. Farrell T. HIS. Bryan LICErCES FOR DELIVERY. M. T. M'Cormick W. wrence J. Bradley W. ningham
YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 15. (Before Mr. Warden Rowan.) MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
TEA WARDEN' COVRT. TuESDAY, MARcrI 15. (Before Mr. Warden Rowan.) MINING O FNIUVATE PROPERTY. S. Dessour applied fora lease of 10 acres on the Cathkin Estate for mining purposes. Mr. Graham, who appeared on behalf of Messrs. Chamberlain and Elliott, took ob jection to the granting of the lease, on the ground that it dovetailed into a lease pre viously given, by which the defendants were guaranteed 10 per cent. of the gold won. He trusted his worship would take that into consideration in giving his decision. The applicant pointed out that the case had been adjourned merely for the decision of the Warden. The Warden fixed compensation at £19 for fencing, &c. The applicant asked permission to do the fencing himself, but the Warden said he could not interfere. The £19 would have to be paid to the owners of the property. Henry Pert applied for the right to mine on 10 acres at Killingworth. Mr. Jackson, who appeared for Mr. J. N. Walton, lessee of the property, said that the matte...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 15. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M., and Mr. T. S. Seale, J.P.) HAWKER'S LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
TA POLOICE OOVaT. TUESDAY, .aRcH 15. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M., and Mr. T. S. Scale, J.p.) HIAWEEIBS LICE.E. Mr. Graham applied for a hawker's licen?s for Thomas Carter, Acheron. The police offered no objection.-Granted. CIVIL CASE& S. Dessour v. Elizabeth Bryant-Claim, £11 8s. Order for amount and Sa. costs. E. S. Purcell and Co. v. Donald M. Grant. -Claim, £3 3s. Gd. Order for amount and 2s. Gd. costs. George Peel v. William Doyle.-Claim, £7 1Is. 7d., amount due as a member of a Prospecting Party at Kerrisdale. After tryng to unravel the mysteries of the case, the'lecch dismissed it, advising plaintiff to write to the lines Department, if he had any grievance. James Dean v. Thomas C. O'Shea.-Claim, £2 10s., work done in wiring fences. A set off was entered for £~3 Ss 3d., for horses lent and services rendered to plaintiff by defendant. Order for £1 lt?. ld. and £1 Ia costa. Mr. Graham for plaintiff; Mr. Jack son for defendant OIBUTP.UCL'O THE FOOTPATH. Constable Pudmear c...